Do you like photography?
Are you a professional photographer?
Someone who just got a new camera and doesn't know how to use it?
Want to network with fellow photographers?
You are in luck!
Come join Phil Czajkowski and Donna Woods for a spooky tour of the Loudon Park Cemetery in Baltimore, MD. This cemetery dates back to 1861 and hold Union and Confederate soliders as well as famous lumaries.
We will be exploring the grounds and enjoying the beauty/history. This is a great place to use a wide angle lens! (Don't know what that is? Don't worry- we will explain!)
No matter what your experience level may be, from newbie to professional, all are welcome. After the tour, we may be grab lunch nearby. Along the way, we will be taking pictures and sharing knowledge, tips, business cards, and stories.
For those of you on Twitter we will be also be tweeting - the hashtag is #ghostPW12
We will be meeting at the front of the cemetery at 10:15
Things to bring with you:
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A huge thank you to our sponsors!
(Please note we are now requiring signed waivers to participate. The waiver will be displayed when you sign up, and if you don't feel comfortable signing it, please don't!)
Founded by Joe Sterne and Zach Egolf in 2011, the Photowalk Alliance hosts fun, engaging and informational walks in the Greater DC area and Greater San Francisco Bay Area. Entirely group led; some of our past walks including tours of historic Baltimore landmarks, the Washington DC Cherry Blossoms and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and various places in San Francisco.
We welcome all photographers, professionals, armatures, hobbyists and beginners to join us as we celebrate photography and share stories and tips to become better photographers, all while having a great time!
If you are interested in sponsoring a great group of photographer that give you real world metrics on our reach, please contact us!
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